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When supermarkets allow reusable bags, the totes must be sanitized after every use. Here's how to clean them.
Chefs say to reach for these flavorful, shelf-stable ingredients.
Stock up on these ingredients while you're on lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic. Good news: Pizza is on the list.
Experts say not to panic about food safety in restaurants and grocery stores and whether you need to stockpile.
Here's how to wash up at home and after a grocery store visit when you're trying to sanitize against COVID-19.
People are living on staples like eggs. Experts explain whether you need to avoid the cholesterol in the yolks.
All you need is your oven and a little time. (And artichokes.)
Massimo Bottura and Christina Tosi have taken their talents to the interwebs, and we're all reaping the benefits.
These are the best substitutes for butter, eggs, milk, onions, lemon, sugar, flour, broth and more.
Fresh delivery services to buy from during coronavirus lockdown, and how long you may have to wait for your order.
"It's like we're all on the Food Network show 'Chopped' cooking meals with random crap that's left in the pantry."
The biggest tip during the coronavirus pandemic: Order directly from the restaurant when you can.
These gatherings are free, fun and interactive, scratching an itch many didn’t realize they had pre-pandemic.
Follow these tips, and you won't waste the food you stocked up on for the coronavirus.
Companies like Amazon Fresh and Instacart appear to be taking measures to fix that.
Tricks to maintain a good food routine while you're working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak.
Sugar can lower your immunity for several hours, which is not ideal for staying healthy during the coronavirus outbreak.
To relieve some stress and pass the time, bake these cakes, cookies, loaves and more with your pantry ingredients.
Self-quarantining for coronavirus? Make these recipes with bread, rice, pasta, tuna, beans and other common ingredients.
The pandemic is forcing you to stay indoors. But you're still cooking and finding ways to share your meals with others.
You'll definitely want to get cooking with Le Creuset pots, pans, Dutch ovens — and more — that are now on sale.
Everyone is looking to stock up during the coronavirus pandemic. Some supermarket store items are clearly more essential than others. (Even in a crisis, no one wants you, kale crust pizza.)
While you might be sipping on bubbly and beer from your couch, you can still bring the bar home with these finds 🥂
Can’t stand mixing all that dough by hand? These stand mixers will do all the hard work for your new bread-baking hobby.
Our quaran-queen must be protected at all costs.
"It’s not the hours. It’s not the stress. It’s not the chaos. It’s just the worrying. The constant worrying about my customers and my employees."
Some choices (raw milk) are obvious, while others (onions) are less obvious.
It’s time to take social distancing seriously — including when you order takeout. Here are the food apps that offer no-contact delivery.
The White Claws are out — these alcohol delivery services will get you through your days and nights in.
Looking for cheese, wine, pasta and olive oil? Here's how restaurants and grocery stores may be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
For some Americans, beer is even more of a necessity than toilet paper.
Here's the perfect way to use up leftover corned beef.
There are plenty of other Irish drinks for St. Patrick's Day.
As restaurants across the U.S. transition to takeout or delivery amid the coronavirus outbreak, here's how to improve your drive-thru etiquette.
Some eateries are preparing for a world of pickup and takeout. Others are helping feed children who aren't getting lunch at school.
The supermarket is filled with uncertainty — parking spots, crowds, decisions — making it a hotbed of anxiety triggers.
As the coronavirus crisis continues, the fast food chain has suspended a U.K. ad campaign that shows people licking their fingers.
How to wrap it, which foods work best, how long it'll last and how to thaw it.
Whether you're stuck at home or you're just too busy to shop, keep these rice dishes handy.
Next time you reach for a convenience food from the gluten-free aisle, make sure it's good.